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PRESENTED BY 

Class of 1956 



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Welcome Aboard The 1956 Stagecoach 




St. Mary's Junior College Library 



Foreword 



Climb aboard the 1956 Stage Coach and travel through 
the record of a year at St. Mary's. The Stage Coach Staff 
happily gives you these souvenirs of the year's activities. 
In turn we hope that i/oii will remember the thought behind 
these activities. Above all, we want this annual to repre- 
sent more than a brief journey through the school year; 
we want it to symbolize the lifelong spirit which St. Mary's 
imparts. 




Dedicated to 



Miss Mabel Marcaret Morrisox 

who, because of her understanding, sympathy, and interest in the prob- 
lems and activities of us all, has won the love and appreciation of the 
student body. 



'56 Progress of the Old Stagecoach 

A Doggeral in Modified Spenserian Stanza for the Editors—, Smiley and Nancy 



From September to Thanksgiving 

WE OILED UP THE WHEELS 
AND MOUNTED ALOFT. 
WE LARRUPED THE HOSSES 
THROUGH MUD SORT 'A SOFT. 

From Thanksgiving to Christinas 

THEN WHEELS HIT THE CONCRETE 
AND SANG LIKE TARNATION; 
AND ROLLED US ALONG 
SMACK INTO VACATION. 



WE BRUSHED OFF THE E'S, 
AND GRABBED AT THE A'S, 
AND HEADED THE CHARIOT 
FOR COMMENCEMENT DAYS. 



From Easter to June 

WITH THE GOAL WELL IN SIGHT 
WE RACED WITH THE WIND, 
AND HOWLED TO EACH OTHER, 
"HOLD ON. HERE'S THE END." 



VACATION THEN OVER, 

WE TIGHTENED EACH HUB, 

AND ROLLED US AWAY 

TO OUR OLD COUNTRY CLUB. 

From Christmas to Easter 

AND ROLLED ON AGAIN 

AMID LAUGHTER AND SQUEALS 

'TIL BUMPS OF EXAMS 

THREW IS UNDER THE WHEELS. 



After the handkerchief's dropped 

NOW THE OLD EQUIPAGE 
IS DRAWN UP TO THE DOOR. 
BOABD HER. GET IN. 
THERE'S FUN HERE GALORE. 

FORGET ALL THE WORK; 
REMEMBER THE FUN. 
HOLD TIGHT TO THE SPIRIT; 
YOU'VE A RACE YET TO RUN. 



ALL YE SAINTS AND YE SINNERS, 
IS EVERYONE HERE? 
WE'LL HEAD TO THE FUTURE 
WITH NARRY A FEAR. 

Bv an unknown admirer of 
the class of '56 




RICHARD G. STONE 
President 

A.B., Western Maryland College; Ph.D., The John;) Hopkins University; L.H.I).. 
Western Maryland College. St. Mary's, 1946 — . 

A perennial passenger on the Stage Coach, Dr. Stone is truly a symbol 
of St. Mary's. His sincerity and stability have gained our earnest respect. 
His wisdom and ability have helped guide both school and students. 



Our New Dean 




EDITH ANNE RICHARDSON 
Dca ii. 



This year we welcomed aboard 
the Stage Coach a lady who has 
in a short year become a mean- 
ingful part of the life at St. 
Mary's. She has already won our 
sincere affection through her 
sweetness, her generosity, and her 
understanding. 



Februi 



10, 1956. 



Dear Class of 1956: 

You have asked me to write a letter for your Stage Coach and I am 
happy to take this opportunity to thank you for all your kindnesses of 
the past year. It was inevitably a time of mutual adjustments as A'ou 
grew accustomed to me and I gradually became familiar with your policies 
and traditions. You have continually assisted me in so many ways and 
have shown such unusual understanding for the stranger within your 
gates, that I feel confident that each member of the Class of 1956 will 
carry with her from St. Mary's this ability to welcome strangers. To me 
it is a St. Mary's tradition well-worthy of perpetuation. 

My best wishes for all the days ahead. 

Loyally yours, 

Edith A. Richardson. 




ISRAEL HARDING HUGHES 

Chaplain 



No matter where we go from here, we will never forget the kindly 
Chaplain who has traveled with us on our journey through St. Mary's. 
He has given us continuous inspiration and cheer through the goodness 
of his words and the warmth of his personality. 



The Faculty 




The Faculty 



Jacqueline Merritt Barber Physical Education 

A.B., Flora Macdonald College; M.A.. Columbia. 
St. Mary's. 1955 — . 

Elizabeth Bason Home Economics 

A.B., Flora Macdonald College; M.A.. Columbia 
University. Saint Mary's, 1921 — . 

Carolyn Miller Blount Physical Education 

B.S., The Woman's College of The University of 
North Carolina. Saint Mary's. 1955 — . 

Ernestine Boineau Commercial Subjects 

A.B.. Winthrop College; further study at Southern 
Business University and Appalachian State Teachers 
College. Saint Mary's, 1950 — . 

Janet R. Broughtox Mathematics and French 

A.B., Lindenwood College; M.A.. Oberlin College. 
Saint Mary's. 1910 — . 

RrssELL Broughtox Head of Music Department, 

Organ, Harmon 1/ , History of Music 
Mus.B.. Mus.M.. Oberlin College; Fellow of the 
American Guild of Organists; Pi Kappa Lambda 
Estey Scholarship. Conservatoire Americain, I'on- 
tainebleau; pupil in organ of George Whitfield An- 
drews, Henri Libert: in theory, of A. E. Ileacox: in 
composition, of G. W. Andrews, Xadi Boulanger; in 
improvisation, of Marcel Dupre. Saint Mary's. 
19-10 — . 

Hei.es Abel Brown Librarian 

A.B., M.A.. Middlebury College; further study in 
Universidad de Mexico, Mexico, D.F.; A.B. in Library 
Science, University of Michigan. Saint Mary's, 
1937 — . 

Mahv Johnson Browne Assistant in the Library 

A.B.. Meredith College; M.A.. West Virginia Uni- 
versity. Saint Mary's, 1952 — . 

Owens Hand Browxe 

B.S., North Carolina State College 
Hopkins University. Saint Mary's 

Geraldixe Spinks Cate 

A.B.. University of South Carolina; 
minster Choir College; M.A.. in Music 



( ' lie mist n/ 
Ph.D., Tin John's 
. 1950 — . 
Voice, Glee Club 

Mus.B.. Wcst- 
. Teachers Col- 



lege, Columbia University; pupil of Julie Bell 
Soudant. Saint Mary's. 1940 — . 

Louise Keith Cell English 

B.A.. Texas State College for Women: M.A. South- 
ern Methodist University. Saint Mary's, January. 
1952 — . 

Florence C. Davis Speech anil Theatre Arts 

Bachelor of Oratory, Emerson College; pupil of Edith 
Herriek; Feagin School; Teachers College. Columbia 
University. Saint Mary's. 1911 — . 

Jane Goss Guess Sociology 

B.S., University of Wisconsin. Saint Mary's. 1988-51; 
1955—. 

William C. Guess 

Head of Department, History and Social Sciences 
A.B.. University of North Carolina; M.A.. The Johns 
Hopkins University. Saint Mary's, 1928 — . 

Mary Ruth Haig Piano 

De Pauw University School of Music; Graduate in 
piano, pupil of James Friskin. Juilliard School of 
Music; B.S. in Music Education, Teachers College. 
Columbia University; M.S. in Piano. Juilliard School 



of Music; pupil of Sascha Gorodnitzki. pupil of 
Robert and Gaby Casadesus. Conservatoire Annrieain 
Fontainebleau. Saint Mary's. 1937 — . 
Lawrence E. Hinkle Latin 

A.B., University of Colorado; M.A.. Columbia Uni- 
versity; D.S. es Latin, Dijon University. Saint 
Mary's. 1955 — . 

Camilla Hoy Spanish, French 

A.B., M.A., University of South Carolina; Ph.D., 
Bryn Mawr College. Saint Mary's. 1952 — . 

Israel Hardixg Hughes Bible 

A.B.. University of North Carolina; B.D., Episcopal 
Theological School, Cambridge. Mass. Saint Mary's. 
1 9 12 — . 

Susaxxe J. Jacobus Biology, Hygiene 

A.B., Salem College; M.S.. University of Michigan; 
Cornell University. Science Teacher Training Pro 
gram. Saint Mary's. 1953 — . 

Sara Esther Jones Enqlish 

B.S., Asheville College; M.A.. George Peabody Col- 
lege for Teachers. Saint Mary's. 1917 — . 

Axxie Ruth Lixeberry Mathematics 

A.B.. Meredith College; M.A.. Columbia University. 
Saint Mary's. 1927 — . 

Charles Albert Petigru Moore 

Head of Department , English 
A.B.. M.A.. University of North Carolina. Saint 
Mary's. 1935 — . 

Katherixe Morris Art, History of Art 

Graduate of Saint Mary's; studied further at Uni- 
versity of North Carolina Meredith College. Woman's 
College of University of North Carolina, Abbot School 
of Art. New York School of Fine and Applied Art. 
Saint Mary's. 1915 — . 

Mabel Margaret Morrison 

History, Psychology, Geography 
A.B.. M.A., Dalhousie University; Ph.D., University 
of Toronto. Saint Mary's, 1929 — . 

El'GEXE F. Parker German, Spanish 

B.S., Norwich University; M.A., Ph.D.. Harvard 
University. Saint Mary's. 1917 — . 

Watson K. Patrick Bible, Latin 

A.B., University of North Carolina. Saint Mary's, 
1936 — . 

Doxald Peery Piano, Theory 

Mus.B.. Oberlin College; M.A.. Teachers College. 
Columbia University; pupil of Etosalyn Tureck and 
Frank Sheridan. New York; Adjudicator. National 
Guild Auditions. Saint Mary's. 1910-11: 1911 — . 

Carolyn Peacock Poole English, History 

A.B.. Meredith College; M.A.. Oberlin College. Saint 
Mary's. 1953 — . 

Edith Anne Richardson English 

A.B.. Wellesley College. Saint Mary's, 1955 — . 

Julienne Moxgin Smith 

Head of French Department, French, Spanish 
A.B.. M.A.. University of South Carolina; Certificat 
d'Etudes. Sorbonne. Saint Mary's, 1917 — . 

Huldah Turner Biology Laboratory Assistant 

B.S., North Carolina State College. Saint Mary's, 
1955 — . 



Staff 




Bessie B. Brown, in charge of Post Office and Hon); Store; Evie Calahax, Housekeeper; Mary Jane Hornback, 
Hostess; Nell Ruth Jewel, R.N.. Resident Nurse; Julia Jordan, Secretary; Mary Jo Pail, Alumnae Secretary; 
Lillian Pope, Assistant Dietitian ; Mary Lewis Sasser, Secretary; Macy Seagroye, R.N.. Nurse; Stella T. Smith, 
Switchboard Operator; Della Triitt, Dietitian ; Elizabeth Gordon Ticker, Secretary to the President ; Frances 

Vann, Secretary. 



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Senior Class Officers 





FAIRFAX CROW 

President 




DERBY CONNER 
Vice-President 




MARY BROOKS YARBOROUGH 

Secretary 



BECKY HINKLE 

Treasurer 



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Seniors 



Nancy Lor Adams Charlotte, N. C. 

intelligent, dictaphone, Evereii 
"Fair and softly goes far" 
Doctors' Daughters' Club '54-'56, Vice-President 
'55-'56;Y.D.C. '54-"56^xageJjoach Staff '54-'56; 
Y.W.C.A. '.-).">-'.-> ilfl BnBB' '55 '5(5; Belli 
Circulation Staff! 



Frances Nea 
blii 
"Kii 
Granddaug 
Vice-Couns 
Belles Staff 



. N. C. 






Ann Hazell Bachman Baltimore. Maryland 

tall 'n slender, dramatic , brains 
"Curfew must not ring tonight" 
Granddaughters' Club '54-'56; Y.R.C. '54-'56; 
Belles Staff '55-'5(i; Dramatics Club '54-'56 The 
Wisteria Trees, Midsummer Night's Dream, What 
Even/ Woman Knows; Dramatics Certificate; Stu- 
dent Biology Assistant; Mn. 

Lemma Marie Baucom Raleigh. N. C. 

soft-spoken, Pika pin, musical 
"The love light in her eyes" 

Glee Club '54-'56 3 Assistant Accompanist '54-'55; 

Christmas Pageant '55; Day Student Counselor 

'55 '56; Orchesis '51-'5(5; Belles Staff' '55-'56; 

Circle '55-56; Sigma, 





LAtTRA James Bettks Orlando. Florida 

tiny, giggles, "fiddle-de-de" 
"A tiny voice speaketh the words" 
Dramatics Club '54-'56, A Midsummer Night's 
Dream; Hall Representative \54-'55; Canterbury 
Club '55-56; Y.D.C. '55-'56; Sigma. 



Marv Louise Bizzell Goldsboro, N. C. 

lovely, eyes, poised 
"There's nothing half so sweet in life" 
Marshal '55-'56; Dance Marshal '54-'55; Stage 
Coach Staff '54-'56; Belles Staff '55-'56; Doctors' 
Daughters' Club '54-'56, President '55-'56; Jr.-Sr. 
Figure Committee Chairman '54-'55; Y.D.C. '54- 
'56; Dramatics Club '54-'56; Sigma Cheerleader 
'54-'56; May Court '54-'5(i, May Queen '5(5; Sigma. 





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Seniors 





Martha Scarborough Brooks Kinston, N. C. 

brains , pencil, busy 

"Energy and persistence conquer all things" 

Dramatics Club '53 -^55 ; Vice-Counselor '55-'56; 

Utiles Staff '."> ' ^MnriBBL^^SIfb ( ' i' '55-'56; Stage 

Coach Staff '"'IHfiS ■<"' '54-'56. Editor 

'56; V ' ff - l 'nWri: .S'/r/ma P;' .///»/<« 

:.l '56; Y.I).CMol^«J_«Blclia-'56; J/«. 



Catherin 




'liarlotte. N. C. 



Orchesis ' o^kj^^S^^dE ( ns^kfjA^!' '55-'"SW; Altar 
Guild '55-'56; i. W.C.A. '55-'5&f Organ Certificate 
'55-'56; Little Store Committee '55-'56; Sigma. 





Margaret Walker Brunson Albemarle, N. C. 

poise, good-looks, cheerful 
"Beauty and knowledge maketli the great" 
Y.W.C.A. '54-'55; Y.D.C. '54-56] Belles Staff 
'55-'5(i; Sigma Cheerleader '54-'56; Doctors' 
Daughters' Club '54-56, Secretary-Treasurer '55- 
'56; Dramatics Club '55-'56; Vice-Counselor '55- 
'56; Sigma. 

Martha Ann* Butler Dunn, N*. C. 

dignified, "Mott," reliable 
"Make use of time; let not advantage slip" 
Y.W.C.A. '58-'56; Basketball All-Star '53-'56; 
Volleyball All-Star '54-'56. Captain '54-'55; Soft- 
ball All-Star '53-'56; Senior Life Saving All-Star 
'54-'55; Letter Club '54-'55; Circle '55-".56, Presi- 
dent '55-'56; Secretary of Hall Council '55-'56; 
Hall Counselor '55-'56; Y.R.C. '54-55; Crucifer 
'55-'56: Stage Coach Staff '55-'56; Ma. 





Nancy Jean Carpenter Durham, N. C 

casual, "on the rocks," bop 
"Whatever she did was done with so much ease. 

In her alone was natural to please" 
Y.W.C.A. '54-'55; Y.D.C. '54-'56; Belles Staff 
*54-'56; Hall Counselor '55-'oG; Sigma. 

Margaret Hoyt Carter Washington, N. C. 

"Pappy" complexion, refined 
"Life is a pure flame, and we live by an invisible 

flame within us." 
Altar Guild '54-'56; Y.D.C. '54-\56; Belles Staff 
'54-'56; Granddaughters' Club '54-'56; Chapel 
Server '55-'56; Mu. 



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Seniors 




(has,- City, Va. 
smile 

ritv for all" 
'56; Y.R.C. 
Canterbury 
'54-'56; 



S. C. 



Coles Heyward Cathcaht Columbia. S. C. 

intellect, eyelashes, "Do-Not" 
"Beauty is part of tin- finished language by which 

goodness speaks" 
Choir '54-'55; Granddaughters' Club '54-'56; Altai- 
Guild '55-' 56; Y.R.C. '55-'56; May Court '54-'56; 
Marshal '55-'56; Orehesis '55-'56; Circle '55-'56; 
Hall Counselor '^M#fefiJ_!J9tUtt '' "' Junior Class 
':> I ' .1". : S'l m.i ( ^J|i; ; Senior Pageant 

'55 ; Sigma. 

Cecilia Colej 
ench 
"With ma 
Altar Gu 
'54-'56 
Club '54- 
Sigtna . 

Alice Urquhart Clarke "" Col 

Citadel, figure, intellect 
"Doing easily what others find difficult is talent; 
doing what is impossible for talent is genius" 
Hall Representative '54-'55; Orehesis '54-'56; 
Vice-Counselor '55-56; Belles Staff Copyreader 
'55-Z-56; Stage Coach Staff Copyreader '55-'56; 
Senior Pageant '55; May Day Pageant '54-56; 
Sigma Pi Alpha '55-56; Sigma.. 

Ellen Hardy Clarkson Port Belvolr, Va. 

mail, earnest, talkative 
"A thing seriously pursued affords true enjoy- 
ment" 
Hockey '54-56, Captain '55-'56; Orehesis '55-'56; 
Canterbury Club '55-'56; Y.D.C. '55-'56; Dra 
maties Club '54-'56; The Wisteria Trees, A Mid 
summer Night's Dream; Mu. 

Deborah Jane Conner Charlotte. N. ('. 

Plumber, cig queen, gentle, Debbie 
"Zealous yet modest; innocent though free; patient 

of toil; serene amidst alarms; inflexible in faith; 

invincible in arms" 
Y.W.C.A. '52-'56, Sec.-Treas. '55-'56; Beacon '53- 
'54, Sec.-Treas. '53-'54; President of Freshman 
Class '52-'53; Letter Club '55-'56, President '55- 
'56; Legislative Body Representative '52-'53; 
Altar Guild '54-'56; Acolyte '55-'56; Dramatics 
Club '54-'56; Hall Representative '52-'53; Vice- 
President of Junior Class '54-'55; Vice-President 
of Senior Class '55-'56; Belles Staff Cigarette 
Manager '55-'56; Swimming All-Star '52-'55; 
Hall Counselor '55-'56; Stage Coach Staff '54-'56; 
Circle '55-'56; Choir '55-'56; Sigma. 

Carol Fairfax Chow Houston. Texas 

Fairsie, personality, indispensible 
"To look up and not down. 
To look forward and not back" 
Orehesis '54-'56; Y.R.C. '54-'56; Dramatics Club 
'54-'55, The Wisteria Trees, A Midsummer Night's 
Dream; Legislative Body Representative '54-'55; 
Altar Guild '55-'56; Belles Staff '54-56; Grand- 
daughters' Club '54-'56; Stage Coach Staff '54- 
'56; Senior Class President '55-'56; Circle '55-'56; 
Y.W.C.A. '.55-56; Hockey Team '55'56; Swim- 
ming Team '54-'55; Vice-Counselor '55-'5(i; Mu. 












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Seniors 





Nancy Randolph Crow Houston, Texas 

sparkling, genuine, bird, brat 
"A cheerful temper joined with innocence will 

make beauty attractive, knowledge delightful. 

and wit good-natured" 
Orchesis \54-'56; Orchesis Council '54-'55; Dra- 
matics Club '54-'55, A Midsummer Night's Dream, 
The Wisteria '/'ri^^JtaBcciigfJial '54-'55; Sigma 

Stalk Coach Im'ittBll--'.TBM\slst;nit Editor 

Pageant -w^Iv^^l Sf'Vfew 

Barbara .I^n/IJi'tii «C ArfttevTir^ N. ('. 
/T^W^W/i'/, pretty^lffigator 
"I have a heart with room for every joy" 
Canterbury Club '54-'55; Bulletin Staff '"55-'56; 
Stage Coach Staff '55-'56; Belles Headline Staff 
'55-'56; Altar Guild 'S5-'56; Glee Club '54-'55; 
Y.R.C. 'S5-'56; Ma. 





Martha Virginia Dawson Stantonsburg, N. C. 
KA's, "green and country," friendly 
"The small courtesies sweeten life" 
Y.W.C.A. '53-'56; Beacon '53-'54, Treasurer '53- 
'54; Y.D.C. '53-'56, Secretary '55-56; Honor 
Council '54-'56; Hall Representative '54-'55; 
Stage Coach Staff '55-'56; Belles Headline Staff 
'55-'56; Vice-Counselor '55-'56; Altar Guild '54- 
'56; Acolyte '55-'56; Dramatics Club '55-'56; 
Sigma. 

Barbara Johnson Doar Raleigh. N. C. 

dependable, SAE'.s, witty 
"Rich in good works" 
Dramatics Club '52-'55; Canterbury Club \51-'52; 
Handbook Art Editor '54-'55; Stage Coach Staff 
'54-'56, Art Editor '54-'55; Belles Staff '54-'56, 
Co-Editor '55-'56; Y.D.C. '55-'56; Bulletin Staff 
'55-'56; Art Certificate; Circle '55-'56; Sigma. 





Susan Mary Donald Nassau. Bahamas 

"Red," Susie, Xassau 
"I'll have a Ming" 
Canterbury Club '54-'55 ; Sigma Pi Alpha '54-'56; 
Dramatics (lul) '54-'56; Belles Headline Staff '54- 
'56; Bulletin Staff '55-'56; Altar Guild '55-'56; 
Y.W.C.A. '55-'56; Y.R.C. '55-'56; Sigma. 

Ann Mark ham Dorris Raleigh, N. C. 

The Citadel, pinned, "Lucy" 
"From a little spark may burst a mighty flame" 
Granddaughters' Club '52-'56; Canterbury Club 
'52-'53; Beacon '53-'54; Sigma Pi Alpha '54-'56; 
Honor Council '54-'56; Bulletin Staff '55-'56; 
Dramatics Club '52-'56; Stage Coach Staff '55- 
'56; Belles Staff '54-'56, Co-Editor '55-56; Day 
Student Counselor '55-'56; Y.D.C. '55-'56; Circle 
'55-'56; Mu. 



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Seniors 



Ann Elizabeth Elliott Huntsville, Alabama 

'llama hound, voice, Jimmy, Pil.a 
"Earnestness and sincerity are synonymous" 
Canterbury Club '52-'56, Corresponding Secretary 
'55-'56; Legislative Body Representative '53-'54; 
Beacon '53-'54; Y.D.C. '54-'56, Treasurer '54-'55; 
All-Star Swimming '52-'S5; Letter Club '55-'56; 



Honor Council 
'54-'55 ; Altar (] 
Stage Coacj 
'53-'S4; H 
'53-'56; Ch 
'56 J Mu. 

Nancy C 




3-'56j President 

$es Stan' '54-'56; 

Representative 

In Cheerleader 

'56; Circle 



Conn. 



paint : 

words are 



"To those wl 
And those 

faint" 
Sigma Hockey '51 -'56, Captain '54-'55 ; Volleyball 
'51-'55; Softball '51-'55; Hockey All-Star '52-'55; 
Volleyball All-Star '52-'55; Tennis Award '54-'55; 
Athletic Award '54-'55; Bulletin '51-'S3; Stage 
Coach 'S5-'56; Y.D.C. '52-'53; Choir 'Sl-'56; 
Constitution Committee '54-'56; Legislative Body 
'55-'56; Beacon '52-'53; Dramatics Club '54-'56; 
Letter Club '52-'5(i. President '54-55; Chairman 
of Orientation Committee '55-'S6; Secretary of 
Junior Class '54-'55; Hall Counselor '55-'56; 
Honor Council '54-'56; Vice-President of Student 
Government '55-'56; Sigma. 

Jean Faulkner Red Oak. N. C. 

Pika, laughter, athletic 
"Nothing great was ever achieved without en 

thusiasm" 
Y.D.C. '54-'56; Y.W.C.A. '54-'56; Stage Coach 
'55-'56; Nominating Committee '51-'55; Basketball 
'■54-'56; Cheerleader '54-'56; President of the Mu's 
'55-56; Vice-Counselor '55-'56; Mu. 

Carolyn Alfred Foy High Point. X. C. 

Howdy, Carolina, pretty and fancy 
"Be true to your own highest convictions" 
Choir '53-'56; Crucifer '55-'56; Altar Guild '54- 
'56; Chairman of Assembly '55-'56; Grand- 
daughters' Club '52-'56; Cheerleader '52-'56; 
Petitioning Committe e. Chairman '5 1-'55 ; 
\ .W.C.A. '52-'56; Hall Counselor '55-'56; Stage 
Coach '54-'56; Sigma. 

Tonya Andhee Gamble Durham, N. C 

sophisticated , athletic, phone calls 
"Sleep is the best cure for waking troubles" 
Hockey All-Star '54-'55; Belles Staff '55'56; 
Stage Coach Staff '55-'56; Y.R.C. '55-'56; Dra- 
matics Club '5t-'56, A Midsummer Night's Dream; 
Y.W.C.A. '54-'56; Senior Pageant '55; Sigma. 

Martha Ann Hazelwood Gee Kenbridge, Va. 
Bill, engaged, Alaska 
"The sweetest joy, the wildest woe is love" 
Y.W.C.A. '52-'56; Dramatics Club '52-'56; Belles 
Staff '52-'56; Choir '53-'56; Y.D.C. '54-'56; Nomi- 
nating Committee '54-55; Canterbury Club '52-'53; 
Chapel Server '55-'56; Vice-Counselor '55-'56; 
Altar Guild '54-'56; Sigma. 





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Seniors 





Nancy Watts Graham Charlotte, N. C. 

tall and slender, thoughtful, beautiful completion 

"Gentleness succeeds better than violence" 
Y.D.C. '54-'56; Y.W.C.A. '55-'56; Dramatics Club 
'55-56; ' I ii J^BIWELLlQill " ' Belles Circu- 
lation Staff '55 



Julia Ann 



Oxford, N. C. 






Kathleen Elizabeth Hartsock Raleigh, N. C. 
"Red," pinned, cheerful 
"The smile of her I love is like the dawn" 
Orchesis '53-'56; May Court '53-'56; May Day 
Pageant Choreographer '56; Belles Staff '54-'56; 
Bulletin '55-'56; Posture Medal \55-'56; Mu. 



Rehekah Ellen Hinklk Winston-Salem. X. C. 

dependable, "Quack. 1 " congenial, Becky 
"The virtuous have already been blessed by Thee 

in bring virtuous" 
Altar Guild '54-'55; Glee Club '54-'S6; Chapel 
Server '55-'56; Hall Counselor '55-'56; Belles 
Staff. Business Manager '55-'56 ; Little Store 
Committee '55-'56; May Day Pageant. Electrician 
'54-'55; Treasurer of Senior Class '55-'56; Mu. 





Mary Ann Hofler Gatesville, N. C. 

helpful, sincere, quiet 

"A heart as soft, a heart as kind. 

As in the whole world thou canst find" 

Y.W.C.A. 'S4-'56; Y.D.C. '51-.56; Little Store 

Committee '55-\56; Vice-Counselor '55-'56; Sigma. 



Mary Waldo House Hamilton, N. C. 

individual , "Hot Tamale," industrious 

"The hand that follows intellect can achieve" 

Belles Staff '55-'56; Stage Coach Staff '55-'56; 

Y.D.C. '5i-'56; Y.W.C.A. '5t-'56; Sigma. 



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Seniors 



Mary Louise Howell Fayetteville, N. C. 

talkative, tiny, full of fun 

"A merry heart goes all the day" 

Y.W.C.A. '54-'55; Glee Club '54-'56; Y.R.C. '54- 

'55; I >i'ati]atii'.~^^lL^a_5jk^l£l: Vice-Counselor 
'56; Sit/ma I^bU^B nUft~' ~' : Sig?na. 



Alice Smil 




Norfolk., Va 



"From tl^Ti'i%iiJ^BH 0.hadc ami light 

A new 
Altar (iuiB^Try^^^y r.MiiJcjpKB'^^toi. K.ditor 
'55-56; Y'ic^KuA^nor ' "> 5 -^Bi^Jpr r CliiTrV'")! 
Y.W.C.A. '5t-o.->; Decorations- 'Committee Chair- 
man for Jr.-Sr. Dance '55; May Day Pageant '56; 
Sigma. 





Mary Dianitia Hutcheson Boydton, Va. 

thoughtful , efficient, soft-spoken 
"The purest efficacy and extraction of that living 

intellect" 
Dramatics Club '55-'56; Canterbury Club '55-'56; 
Belles '55-'5(>; Stage Coach '55-'56; Altar Guild 
\55-\56; Senior Pageant '55; A Midsummer Night's 
Dream; Mu. 

Betty Louise Ivey Rocky Mount, N. C. 

"let's go," energetic, computable 
"Tlie blue and bright-eyed floweret of the brook. 

Hope's gentle gem the sweet Forget-me-not." 
Y.W.C.A. '5J-'56; Y.D.C. '54-'56; Orchesis '54-'56; 
Altar Guild '55-'56; Stage Coach '55-'56; Mu. 





Charlotte Sue Jett Virginia Beach. Va. 

"Susie Q," deb-deb-debutaiite 
Stage Coach '54-'56; Belles '54-'56; Bulletin 
'55-'56; Y.R.C. '54-'56; Altar Guild '54-'55; 
Y.W.C.A. '54-'55; Nominating Committee '54-'55; 
Mu. 



Ellen Keith Johnson Raleigh, N. C. 

poised, conscientious, intellectual 

"Blushing is the color of virtue" 
Dramatics Club '52-' 54; Glee Club '53-'55; Belles 
'5-l-'56; Bulletin '33-'56; Stage Coach '53-'56, 
Business Editor '55-'56; May Day Pageant '53-'54; 
Y.D.C. '55-'56; Sigma Pi Alpha '54-'56; Sigma. 





19 



Seniors 









Mary Parke Jones Norfolk, Va. 

confusion personified, "progressive sounds" 
"One inch of joy surmounts of grief a span 

Because to Laugh is proper to the man" 
Altar Guild '54-'55; Y.D.C. \55-\56; Belles '55-'56; 
Stage Coach '54-'56; Nominating Committee '54- 
'55; Hall Representative '54-55; Dramatics Club 
'55-'5(i ; Orehesis 'JUi jfifa Si. 




Da 
Mu 



Jluefield, W. Va. 
icere 

part 

•ersatility" 

ident '53-'54. 

The Grass 

A Mid- 

lterbury 

>2-'54; 

All-Star '53- 

Vice-President 



Elizabeth Caf 
Be 
"So well sj 
By tur 
Dramatics 
President 
Harp, T. 
summer Xt 
Club '62- 

Hockey All-Star" 53-54 ; Vol 
'54; Letter Club '53-'56; 
'54-55; Legislative Body Representative '53-'56; 
Nominating Committee \54-'55; Entertainment 
Committee '54-'55; Constitution Committee '54-'55; 
Altar Guild '55-56; Chairman of Honor Council 
'55-56; Beacon '53-'54; Circle '54-56; President 
of Sophomore Class '53-54; President of Junior 
Class '54-'55; President of Student Government 
Association '55-'56; Vice-Counselor '55-'56; Senior 
Pageant '55 ; Mu. 

Alice Ann Lancaster Raleigh. N. C. 

pinned, strawberry blonde, voice 

"Whate'er her life's defeatures, 

He loved his fellow creatures" 

Glee Club '54-'56 ; Granddaughters' Club '54-56 ; 

Canterbury Club '55-56; Senior Pageant '55; 

Sigma. 

Anne Fuller Llewellyn Bronxville. N. Y. 

Xanci/, daredevil , dates, campus slips 
"Whoso would be a man must be a non-conformist" 
Glee Club '54-'5(5; Choir \55-'56; Belles '55-'56; 
Dramatics Club '54'56; Y.R.C. '55-'56; Stage 
Coach 55-56; Mu. 

Helen Clair Mason Henderson, N. C. 

"Who's Boss?" exuberant, weekends, Sigma Xu 
"Sunshine of the mind" 
Orehesis \55-'56; May Day Pageant '55-'56; 
Y.D.C. '55-'56; Belles Exchange Editor '55-'56; 
Stage Coach Staff '55-'56; Dramatics Club '55- 
'56; Mu. 

Maiiianna Scoeield Miller Pineville, \. C. 

versatile, phone calls, KA's 
"Born for success she seemed, with grace to win. 

with heart to hold, with shining gifts that took 

all eyes" 
Y.W.C.A. '53'54; Belles '53-'56; Stage Coach 
Staff '53-'56; Basketball '53-'56; 
'54; Hockey '54-'56; Dramatics 
Circle '55-'56; Legislative Body 
'55-'56; Constitution Committee 
Counselor '55-'56; Chairman of 
'55-'56; Softball '54-'55; Sigma. 



Volleyball '53- 
Club '53-'54; 
Representative 
'55-'56; Hall 
Hall Council 



20 



Seniors 



Patricia Marie Miller Kinston, N. C. 

panic, Charles, midnight oil 
"Life is not so short but that there is always time 

enough for courtesy" 
Bulletin '54-'56, Assistant Editor '55-'56; Belles 
'54-'56; "i M) VHnri0BLL_JS*WM"i' Pageant '55; 
Sigma,. 



Alice Eliz 

"The mus, 
is cor 

y.w.c.A. 

Y.D.C. 

Guild '55-'56 
Mu. 




IdsborOj N. C. 
and cure all ill. 

'54-'55 ; 
t Altar 
vtage Coach '5;>-"5<i ; Belles '55-'56; 





Patricia Ann Moore Raleigh. N. C. 

ring, chatter, vivacious 
"Nothing astonishes men so much as common sense 

and plain dealing" 
Stage Coach '54-'55; Sic/ma Pi Alpha '54-'56; 
Glee Club '54-'56j Belles '55-'56; Sigma. 

Frances Ann Morton Columbus, Georgia 

U . J'a., charm, K.E.K. 
"Beauty without grace is the hook without the 

bait" 
Dramatics Club '54-'56; Letter Club \54-'56; 
President of Sigma '55-'56; Stage Coach '55-'56; 
A Midsummer Night's Dream; Basketball '54-'56; 
Volleyball All-Star '54-'55; Swimming All-Star 
'54-'55; Softball All-Star '54-'55; Y.D.C. '55-'56; 
Sigma. 





Anna Harper Mcrphrey Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

understanding, "hi, girls," quiet 
"I want, by understanding myself, to understand 

others" 
Doctors' Daughters' Club '54-'55; Dramatics Club 
'55-'56; Belles "55-'56; May Day Pageant '54-'55; 
Senior Pageant '55; Mu. 

Flora McIver New Orleans. Louisiana 

innocent beauty, the French Quarter, giggles 

"There's always room for beauty" 

Choir '54-'56; May Court '54-'56; Orchesis '55-'56; 

Senior Dance Marshal '55-'56 ; Sigma. 




Ht 




21 



Seniors 





Valentine McMillan Rocky Mount, X. C. 

musical, temper, individual, Val 
"There is no knowledge that is not power" 
Belles '54-'55; Dramatics Club '54-'55; Choir '54- 
'56; Glee Club \5t-'56; Canterbury Club '51-'56, 
Publicity Chairman '.j5_^56 ;__Y.R.C. "54-'56; Bul- 
letin '55-'56; Sic 



Ethel Glenn 



"The purs 
of swei 
Y.D.C. 
ball All-St 
Coach Sta 




alifax, N. C. 
is the pursuit 

Soft- 

Stage 

ident '55-56 ; 



Hockey Team '5S-56; Sigma. 










Caroline Gibboney Oates Fayetteville. X. C. 

"Oatsie," Hula, fun 
"The ideal of courtesy, wit, grace, and charm" 
Y.W.C.A. 'al-T,-,; Hockey All-Star '54-'55; Hall 
Counselor '55-'56; Assistant to Chaplain '55-'56; 
Captain of Mu Hockey Team '55-'56; Mu. 



Elizabeth Marshall Oden Wasliington. N. C. 

"Lis" genuine, sincerity 

"For friendship, of itself a holy tie. 

Is made more sacred by adversity" 

Y.D.C. '54-'56, Secretary '54-'55; Belles Staff 

\54-'56; Y.W.C.A. '55-'56; Hall Representative 

'54-'56; Handbook Editor '55-'56; Legislative 

Body Representative '55-'56; Mu. 



Sumner P'uller Parha.m Henderson, N. C. 

Southern draicl, Xax'i/, parties 
"I would live the same life over, if I had it to live 

again" 
Vice-President. Freshman Class '52-'53; Grand- 
daughters' Club '52-'56; Belles '52-*55; Hockey 
Team '52-'54; Altar Guild '54-'56; Secretary, 
Sophomore Class '53-'54; Beacon '53-'51; Dra- 
matics Club. Publicity Chairman '5 t-'55 ; Marshal 
'55-56; Secretary - Treasurer, Granddaughters' 
Club '54-'55; Y.W.C.A. '52-'S6; Mu. 



Susan Dimock Patman Siler City, X. C. 

problems, " Skeeter," beach 
"Let your life lightly dance on the edges of Time" 
Orchcsis '54-'56; Sigma Cheerleader '53-56; May 
Day Pageant '55-'56; Doctors' Daughters' Club 
'53-'56; Choir '53-'56; Acolyte '55-'56; Belles Staff 
'53-'56; Senior Dance Marshal '55-56; Dramatics 
Club '53-'55; Nominating Committee '54-'55; 
Altar Guild '54-55; Sigma. 



22 



Seniors 



Clare Robbins Patton Jacksonville, Fla. 

blushes, "toot-toot-toot," Florida 
"Life is to be fortified by many friendships" 
Canterbury Club '54-56, Recording Secretary '55- 
'5(3; Hall Representative '54-'55; Belles '55-'56; 
Dramatics Cllib '54-' 5J5: Altar Guild '55-'5fi; Sen- 
ior Pageant '551 




Y.D.C. 

.nta3| K^ ^j^^^^TE^a^f^ 1 ' " f 

Canterbur^n^iynV^p.55 ; BuSHSljBl ^Hl^Star I 

Vict-P^JgJJnr '55-'J%((^raiiiatlc^ Club 
'55-56; If'hat Every Woman Kftowsj Stage Coach 
Staff '55-'56; Little Store Committee '55-'56; 
Senior Testator; Senior Pageant '55: Mu. 





Mary Estelle Proctor Rocky Mount, N. C. 

quiet daredevil, fun, Jl'iley 
"Mirth is like a Hash of lightning" 
Y.D.C. '51 -.55 ; Altar Guild '55-'56; Orchesis 
'54-'56, Secretary-Treasurer \55-\56; May Day 
Pageant '55-'56; Y.W.C.A. '54-'55; Grand- 
daughters' Club '54-'56; Stage Coach Staff '55- 
'56; Volleyball '55; Mu. 

Pearl A Ann Revelle Woodland. N. C. 

Vincent, athletic, fun 
"The best of healers is good cheer" 
Y.D.C. '54-'56; Belles Staff '55-'S6; Stage Coach 
Staff '55-'56; Y.W.C.A. '55-'5(i; Dramatics Club 
'55-56; Sigma. 





Virginia Fehgeiison Richardson Paducah. Kv. 
athletic, U. of K., congenial 
"He gave with a zest and he gave his best" 
Y.D.C. '54-56; Stage Coach Staff '55-'56; Belles 
Staff '55-'56; Altar Guild '55-'56; Choir '55-'5<i; 
Vice-President of Mil's '55-'5(i; Hall Counselor 
'55-'56; Y.W.C.A. '54-'56; Life Saving All-Star 
'54-'55; Legislative Body Representative '55-'56, 
Chairman '55-'56 ; Mu. 



Katherine Yvonne Ricks Durham. X. C. 

cheerful, immaculate, food ho.v 
"Kindness is wisdom" 
Y.W.C.A. '54-'56; Y.D.C. '54-'56; Altar Guild 
'55-'56; Dramatics Club '55-'56; Belles Headline 
Staff '55-'56; Stage Coach Staff '55-'5(5; Senior 
Pageant; Sigma. 





23 



Seniors 





** ■ 



Ina Virginia Ridley Courtland, Va. 

petite, choice vocabulary, laugh 
"Her voice, the music of the spheres 
So sweet, it deafens human ears" 

Cheerleader '53*56; Softhall 

Cheerleader All-Star '53-'54.; 

Softball Me dal '53-'5-l; Posture 

se Club '54-'55; 

|<>; Y.W.C.A. '53- 

Y.R.C. '54-'55; 

the Night Visi- 



Softball '52-'56; 
All-Star '53-'55; 
Glee Club '53-'56 
Medal '54-'55; 
Choir '53-'56; 
"5(1; Cantcrhu 
Dance Marsh, 
tors: Vice 



K LEA NOR 




N. C. 



"Elegant 

Y.D.C, '51-'5<3; Belles Staff '5i-'56. News Editor 
'55-'56; Hall Counselor '55-'56; Assistant Secretary 
of Hall Council '55-'56; Cheerleader '55-'56; Altar 
Guild '55-'56; Stage Coach '55-'56; Sigma. 








Patricia Ann Sattereielu Roxboro, N. C. 

Pat, industrious, reserved, cordial 
"On their own merits, modest men are dumb" 
Belles Staff '54-*55; Y.W.C.A. '54-'55; Mu. 

Joan Lee Schiltz Greensboro, N. C. 

considerate, conscientious, "shots" 
"Tis good-will makes intelligence" 
Y.W.C.A. '55-56; Canterbury Club '53-56; Stage 
Coach Staff '55-'56; Belles Staff, Headline Editor 
'55-'5G; Y.R.C. '54-'56, Secretary '54-55; Dra- 
matics Club '53-'56; Hall Representative '53-'54; 
Sigma. 




. 



yS* 






■7 



\ 



Margaret Bradford Sherrod Enfield. N. C. 

doctors, smile, attractive 
"Charms strike the sight and merit wins the heart" 
Y.W.C.A. '55-'56; Altar Guild \55-'56; Belles Staff 
'55-'56; Dramatics Club '54-'56; Stage Coach 
Staff '55-'56; Y.D.C. '55-'56; Orchesis '55-'56; 
Senior Pageant .55 ; Ma. 

Margaret Eaton Smithdeal High Point. N. C. 
Peggy, Tiny, "five year man" 
"The force of her own merit makes her way" 
Dramatics Club '52-'56, Dramatics Certificate; 
Seventeen, The Taming of the Shrew, The Sicilian, 
.Is You Like It; Glee Club '52-'55; Y.W.C.A. 
'52-'56; Belles Staff '52-'S6; Basketball '51-'52; 
May Day Pageant '52-'53; Stage Coach '53-'56; 
Refreshment Cliairman, ,Ir.-Sr. '54-'55; Hall Rep- 
resentative '55-'56; Nominating Committee '55-56; 
Sigma. 



24 



Seniors 



Emily Lou Somers Wilkesboro. X. C. 

soft-spoken, shy, striking eyes 

"The mildest m.'iimers and the gentlest heart" 

Belles Staff '55-'56; Basketball Team '54-'55 ; 

Y.R.C. '55-'56; 



Mom. ie Willi; 



kv Mount. N. C. 



"It is a roi 
greatnes 
Glee Club 
'54-'56; Y\ 
Guild '55- 
Club '54-'56."3 




ff in a. 





Lyda Sue Stephens Evergreen. X. ('. 

Sue, pleasant, "Jerry," practical 
"A man is simple when his chief care is the wish 

to be what he ought to be" 
Belles Staff' 'SS-'56; Y.D.C. '55-'56; Y.W.C.A. 
'55-'56; Stage Coach Staff '55-'5(i; Little Store 
Committee '55-'56; Senior Pageant '55; Mw Cheer- 
leader; Mu. 



Patti Fishburne Stringeellow Chester. S. ('. 
Pikas, problems, humorous 
"Good humor only teaches charms to last" 
Dramatics Club '54-'56; Y.W.C.A. '55-56; Y.D.C. 
'55-'56; Canterbury Club '5t-'55; Stage Coach 
Staff '55-56; Mu. 





Patricia Amelia Sullivan Columbus. Georgia 

Pat, cut-up, originality, rosy cheeks 
"The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure. 

and pleasure my business" 
Dramatics Club '54-'56; A Midsummer Night's 
Dream; Canterbury Club '54; Y.D.C. '54-'56, 
Publicity Chairman '54-'55 3 President '55 '•*>(>; 
Y.W.C.A. '54-'56; Belles Staff '54-56, Headline 
Co-Editor '55-'56; Stage Coach Staff '55-'56; 
Sigma Cheerleader '55-'5li; Senior Follies Chair- 
man '55-'56 ; Sigma. 

Katherine Green Theobald 

Old Greenwich. Connecticut 

generosity, Kathu, intellect, friendship 

"Only the heart without a stain knows perfect ease" 

Altar Guild '55-'56; Y.D.C. '55-56; Y.W.C.A. 

'55-'56; Belles Staff '55-'56; Circle '55-'56; Sigma. 





25 



Seniors 





%»• 



Elizabeth Roberts Thompson 

Rocky Mount, \. C, 
IVatson, Zetes, pretty 
"Loveliness needs not the foreign aid of ornament" 

Orcliesis '■'•'"»' "'^■MHBL^B||B' 1- - '"'t i : Y.W.C.A. 
'54-'55; Altar U (Marshal '55-'5fi; 

Stage Coach 

Helen* H 



Dramatics' 
Y.K.C. '54 






Margaret Virginia Walser High Point, N. C. 

angelic, charm, .sincere 
"The first and last thing required of genius is the 

love of truth" 
Y.W.C.A. '54-56; Altar Guild '55-'56; Y.D.C. 
'55-'56; Secretary of Student Government '55-'56; 
Hall Counselor '55-'56; Belles Assistant. Editor 
'55-'56; Circle '55-'56; Mu. 

Susan Gbegobv Warburton Williamsburg; \"a. 
thoughtful, charming, neat 
"To know, to esteem, to love" 
Y.D.C. '54-'56; Y.W.C.A. '54-'56; Mu. 





Ruth Parham Watkins Henderson. N. C. 

srceets, Zete pin, plans 
"A friend more divine than all divinities" 
Legislative Body Representative '52-'53; Canter- 
bury Club '52-'53; Belles Start' '54-'56; Grand- 
daughters' Club '52-'56; Stage Coach Start' 
\54-'56; Altar Guild '55-'56; Y.W.C.A. '52-'56; 
Dramatics Club '54-'56; Dance Marshal '54-'55; 
Y.D.C. '54-'56; Orcliesis '54-'56; May Day Pag- 
eant '52-'56; Hall Counselor '55-56; Chief 
Marshal '55-'56; Mu Cheerleader '54-'55; Mu. 

Katherine Kyle Webb Raleigh. N. C. 

teacher's pet, intelligence, "willingness 
"The honors of genius are eternal" 
Orcliesis Choreographer, May Day Pageant '54- 
'55; Stage Coach Staff '55-'56; President of Day 
Students '55-'5<>; Y.R.C. '55-'56; Belles Staff 
•55-'56; Legislative Body Representative '55-'56; 
Orcliesis '54-'5<>; Sigma. 



26 



Seniors 



Jane Ward Westbrook Dunn, N. C. 

nonchalant, school spirit, distant dreams 
"Worry never made a woman great" 
Belles Staff \52-'56, Circulation Manager '54-'56; 
Stage Coach Business Staff' '55-'56; Glee Club 
'52-'55; Choir '53-'56; Badminton Team '53-'56; 

Team '52-56 ; 

|-'5<>; Letter Club 

|ii '55-'56; Nomi- 

rselor '5S-'56; 



Tennis Team 
Basketball '54-' 
'54-'56; Assista 
nating Comm 
Mu. 



Martha A, 




tteville. N. C. 



Y.W.C.A. "^f^JT) raiu.it l^ff^i :. I '^*: 7'/ir 
Wisteria Trees, A Midsuni met'" X ight's Dream; 
Oreliesis '54-'56 3 President '55-'56; May Day 
Pageant '54-'56; All Star Dancing '55; Belles Staff 
'54-'56; Stage Coach Staff '54-'56; Y.D.C. '55; 
Y.R.C. '55-'5G; Mu. 





Carolyn Hilda Wise Aslieville. N. C. 

angelic voice, charming, fun 
"A blue eye is a true eye" 

Choir '54-'56; Glee Club \54-'56; Dramatics Club 

'54-'56; Y.D.C. '55-'5(>; Y.W.C.A. '55-'56; Belles 

Staff '55-'5(i; Mu. 

Hazel Elizabeth Wright Durham. X. C. 

petite, intellect, flitterbug, Betsy 
"No limits but the sky" 
Altar Guild '54-'55; Oreliesis '54-'56; Sigma Pi 
Alpha '5l-'5(i. President '55-'56; Y.R.C. '54-'56; 
Chief Dance Marshal '55-'56; Dramatics Club 
'54-'55; Granddaughters' Club '54-'56; Stage 
Coach Staff '54-'56 5 Junior Editor '54-'55, Chair- 
man of Writers' Committee '55-'56; Belles Edi- 
torial Staff '54-'56; May Day Pageant '54-'56; 
Senior Figure Committee Chairman '55-'56; A 
Midsummer Night's Dream; Senior Pageant; Mn. 



Mary Brooks Yarhorough Charlotte, N. C. 

cheerful, exuberant, conscientious 

"Who should express her goodliest virtui she has 

so many" 
Y.D.C. '54-'55; Choir '54-56; Altar Guild '54-'56; 
Dramatics Club '54-'5(5. President '55-'56; Hall 
Representative '55-'56; Belles Staff '55-'56; 
Y.W.C.A. '55-'56; Y.R.C. '55-'56; Stage Coach 
Staff '55-'56; Bulletin Staff '55-'56; Secretary of 
Senior Class '55-'5<>; Sigma. 






27 



The Last Will and Testament 



STATE OF XORTH CAROLINA 
County of Wake 
City of Raleigh 

We, the Senior Class of 1956, of foresaid state, county, 
and city, being of sound mind and noble imagination, do 
hereby proclaim this to be our last will and testament 
rendering null and void any former wills that may have 
been made in a state of supreme mental anguish ; do give 
and bequeath in the following manner the articles named 
below : 
Article I 

To Dr. Stone we leave our sincere appreciation for his 
patience as he waited for us to stop changing our minds, 
and for his guidance in helping us arrive at a decision. 
To Miss Richardson goes our deepest affection and grati- 
tude for keeping the personal touch and always seeing our 
side of the fence. To Miss Morrison for her unexcelled 
assistance and interest we give our heartfelt thanks. To 
the rest of the faculty we leave the memory of our angelic 
faces. To the staff the memory of our unobtrusive pres- 
ence. 
Article 1 1 

We, the Seniors, leave to the Junior Class our Senior 
privileges, especially the hard won privilege of taking 
Summer Reading Tests, and in addition: 

I. Nancy Adams, leave my talking machine to Eva 
Oakley as I'll have My Master's Voice beside me. 

I. Frances Allen, leave my sleepless nights to the future 
counselors of Lihbv Gregory and Mary Ann Keith. 

I. Ann Raehman. leave dramatically. 

I. Lemma Baueom. leave my ability to play the school 
song in the wrong key to anyone who thinks she can do 
a better job. 

I. Laura Bettes. leave my swimming ability to the frogs 
in Pullen Park. 

I, Mary Louise Bizzell. don't leave my mirrors to any- 
one. 

I. Martha Brooks, leave my ability to make A's in Eng- 
lish .'il to Betsy Pegg . . . tiie best bet. 

I. Catherine Brown, leave the third oak tree inside the 
heart to anybody who wants to claim squatters rights. 

I. Margaret Brunson, leave my resounding voice to Miss 
Davis. 

I, Mott Butler, leave to pursue my avid interest in golf. 

I. Nancy Carpenter, leave my surplus energy to Eric 
Huske. 

I. Peggy Carter, leave my daily visit to the Hick to 
Nancy Black. 

I. Coles Cathcart, leave my eyelashes to Betty Howard 
to bat at Mr. Guess. 

I. Cece Childrey. leave the switchboard to St. Mary's 
with the hope that new lines will be added. 

I, Alice Clarke, leave my "Famous Portrait of the Plebe" 
to hang in Smedes Parlor. 

I. Debbie Conner, leave a nickel to the Nurse's Aid 
Society. 

We, Nancy and Fairfax Crow, leave "berry, berry" 
sadly. 

I. Joan Culbreth, leave my alligator to Miss S. E. Jones. 

I. Ginny Dawson, have my office in the Y.D.C. to who- 
ever needs it the most. 

We, Doai and Dorris. leave the last deadline for some- 
one else to meet. 

I. Susie Donald, leave my wild tales to Judy Liggett. 

I. Ann Elliott, leave the mess in Holt kitchen to Miss 
S. E. Jones. 

I, Jean Faulkner, leave the PiKa house to the PiKa's. 

I, Carolyn Foy, leave Al Bryant. 

I. Tonya Gamble, leave my secret of how to get three 
dates every Sunday to "The shifting, whispering sands." 

I. Bunny Gee. leave my ability to uncover information 
to the Honor Council. I doubt if they can do as well as I. 



I. Nancy Graham, leave my creamy complexion to all of 
the girls who have to resort to theatrical make-up. 

I, Julia Hamme, leave my gift of gab to Gail Edwards. 

I, Kathleen Hartsock. leave my love for Mr. Moore to 
the Junior World Lit Class. 

I. Becky Hinkle, as I scurry out of St. Mary's. leave 
my responsibility to Teddy Hill. 

I. Mary Ann Hofler. leave still a Baptist. 

I. Mary House, leave Caroline's devotion to Charlie 
Rouse. 

I, Louise Howell, leave my vocal cords to Ann Fenne'.l. 

I. Smiley Hubard, leave on the first Stage Coach. 

I. Dianitia Hutcheson. leave my aunt to Legare Hobbs. 

I. Betty Ivey. leave my pony tail to Florelle Gwaltney. 

I, Sue Jett, leave by nibbling rabbit habits to Betsy 
Brinklev. 

I. Ellen Johnson, leave the library to B-l and B-2. 

I. Mary Parke Jones, leave my ability to write jokes 
(for example, see the U.Va. Spectator) to Miss Bason. 

I. Beth Kemper, blast out to throw the biggest blast 
ever. 

I. Alice Lancaster, leave my common sense to Sally 
Taylor. 

I, Nancy Llewellyn, leave the infirmary to Celeste Foun- 
tin. 

1. Helen Mason, leave my bright red apple to the rising- 
Senior Class. 

I, Marianna Miller, leave my eyebrows behind. 

I, Patsy Miller, leave my Teen Age Prayer for good. 

I. Betty Mixon. leave my beautiful eyes to Coleman 
Jenkins. 

I. Patsy Moore, leave my vocal talents to Julia Willcox. 

I, Ann Morton, leave one bus ticket to Charlottesville 
to all of the Virginia fans. 

We. Anna Murphrey and Pat Satterfield, sadly leave 
each other. 

The Ipana Smile of Flora Melver leaves. 

I. Valentine McMillan, leave my argumentative facilities 
to Mr. Broughton. 

I. Glenn Norman, leave my muscles to Marianna Bram- 
litt. 

I. Carol Oates, leave my hula skirt to Mrs. Hughes. 

1. Elizabeth Oden. leave my reducing pills to Jane 
Walker. 

I. Sumner Parham, leave my unblemished record. 

I. Susan Patman. leave in hopes that I will be bitten by 
an insect or vice-versa. 

I. Clare Pattern, leave my determination to Frances 
Pearson. 

I, Mary Proctor, leave to live the life of Wiley. 

I, Pearla Ann Revelle. do not leave "love" to my suc- 
cessors. 

I, Dolly Kicks, leave Liz Oden's stretched tape measure 
to Beverly Andrews. 

1. Ina Gee Ridley. leave Sigma Chi for V.M.I. 

I. Ann Rutriii, leave my passion for the Zetes to someone 
else to try more successfully than I. 

I. Joan Sehiltz. leave Schlitz. 

I, Margaret Sherrod. leave the Canton to Ruth Fukuda, 
who appreciates the cuisine. 

I. Nancy Elliott-Smith, leave my Yankee accent to an}' 
Yankee who is losing hers. 

I. Peggy Smithdeal. leave my lesser ambition to pursue 
higher goals. 

I. Emily Somers, leave my placidity to Caroline Cobb. 

I, Molly Spruill, leave my various hair dyes and rinses 
to Margaret Louise Hamilton. 

I, Sue Stevens, leave my history book still open. 

I. Patti Stringfellow. leave to set the world on fire. 

I, Pat Sullivan, leave the Democratic Party as it has 
served its purpose. 

I. Kathy Theobald, leave my coaching ability to any 
tutor who could do as well as I. 



I, Elizabeth Thompson, leave my charming ways to Carol 
Biggers. 

The noise of Suzanne Towe leaves. 

I, Helen Walker, leave my carton of milk to the stray 
cats. 

I, Ginger Walser, leave third East Wing for the first 
time this year. 

The clothes of Sue Warburton leave with her. Alas ! 

1. Ruth Watkins, leave a glass of an unknown liquid 
to Marianna. 

I. Kathcrine Webb, sadly leave Miss S. E. Jones. 

I, Jane Westbrook, should be ready to leave the first of 
July. 

I. Martha Williford, leave my bun to Miss Morrison. 

I, Carolyn Wise, leave one in every port. 



I, Betsy Wright, leave my hidden talents to Serena 
Hendrix. 

I. Mary Brooks Yarborough, have niv thousand ques- 
tions still unanswered. 

We. the Testators, regret that Ellen Clarkson was un- 
able to stop talking long enough to requeath anything. 

We. the Testators. Richardson and Proctor, leave to 
venture timidly once again into what lies beyond these 
hallowed walls. 

We, the Testators. Richardson and Proctor, representing 
the Senior Class, do hereby appoint Miss Maid Margaret 
Morrison and Dr. Richard Gabriel Stone as administrators 
of this our Last Will and Testament and instruct the above 
mentioned to carry out the same. 

Betty Hunt Proctob 

Virginia Fergerson Richardson 



Prophecy 



Each of us holds deep in her heart 

A hidden, suppressed desire. 

Now, fexo of these all satisfied, 

Few set the world on fire! 

Hut girls, xce're from St. Mary's 

And that should hold enough. 

Look forward, dear, and never say die; 

Be honest and show your stuff. 

Some of these hidden desires were overheard in various 
conversations: 

Smiley Huliard wants to play "toesy with Joesy" the 
rest of her life. 

Martha Brooks is looking forward to the day that she 
is sole owner of a sixty-eight foot pencil. 

Nancy Carpenter is dying to break a date and elope, 

Catherine Brown and Margaret Branson are going to 
be joint house-mothers for the Kappa Sigs. 

Helen Mason and Nancy Llewellyn are the future wel- 
coming committee at Cooper's for delinquent Belles. 

Mary House wants a cozy bed of roses so Caroline will 
always have an abundant supply for Sundays. 

Julia Hamme, Becky Hinkle, Mary Ann Hofter, and 
Sue Stevens hope to graduate to a big "Big Store." 

Debbie Conner, like most plumbers, desires a friend. 

Ann Morton's one goal is to marry Erie and live where 
she will be surrounded by two little mountains, a tree. 

Dolly Ricks' suppressed desire is to awake one morning 
and say. "Good morning. Mr. Dove." 

Mary Parke Jones' secret desire is to lie desired. 

Martha Jl'illiford's goal is someone like Peggy's "Tiny." 

Sue Jett, after Christmas, is the perpetual debutante. 

Nancy Graham, Patsy Miller, and Man/ Proctor are 
preparing to weigh in for the one hundred pound class in 
the Ladies' Wrestling championship, 

Betty Mixon wishes Margaret Sherrod would finesse her 
suppressed desires and return her roommate. 

Elisabeth Thompson and Ann Ruffin love "Pepsi-cola 
tops" — better known as Zete pins. 

Carolyn Wise's suppressed desire is to be able to giggle 
and wiggle with "less" comment. 

Coles Cathcart desires legs like Mrs. Harry James. 

Laura James Bettes wants to live up to the name of 
"Big Bubbles Bettes." 

Pat Sullivan suppresses no desires! 

Nancy Crow dreams she is a "merry widow" in her 
rnerry widow. 

Sumner Parham, as editor of Play Boy magazine, is 
featuring Carolyn Foy as playmate of the month. 

Beth Kemper still loves Wheaties — "What sparks a 
champion sparks you !" 

Joan Schiltz, and Ginny Dawson, the KA ladies, are 
destined to have KA babies. 

Tonya Gamble achieved her life's ambition. She is mar- 
ried to Tifiny and is sole owner of the Hopeless diamond. 

Ann Dorris', Barbara Doar's, Kathleen Hartsock's, 



Lemma Baucom's, Ellen Johnson's, and ~K.ath.ryn Webb's 
idea of a perfect set-up is having their own separate 
lunch room. 

Ellen Clarkson and Ann Bachman are now Siamese 
twins. 

Kathy Theobald is a well-known librarian with six little 
readers of her own. 

Ann Murphrey and Pearla Ann Revelle are now presi- 
dents of their brothers' fan clubs. 

Carol Oates, Joan Culbreth and Louise Howell are finally 
in complete command of the forces at Fort Bragg. 

Glenn Norman is competition for the Globe Trotters. 

Smitty, Anne Elliott, and I'al McMillan are starring in 
Broadway's new play. Three Dumb Men, ii. contrast to the 
roles they played at St. Mary's. 

Marianna Miller and Susan Patman are head of the 
biggest eye lash and brow company in tin Dnited States. 

Betty Ivey is still trying to disassociate herself from 
that nice Betty Ivey of Durham and Chapel Hill. 

Mollie Spruill's, Flora Mclver's, Alice Clarke's, and 
Ruth Watkins' suppressed desires are to he the Ill's and 
have many little IV's. 

Hunt Proctor, Liz Oden, and Peggy Carter have suc- 
ceeded in moving the White House to Little Washington. 

Patti Stringfellow is now head of the English Depart- 
ment at the University of South Carolina. 

Betsy Wright is finally not only state-wide but also 
nationally known as Madame Butterfly. 

Mary Louise Bizzell is now writing Dorothy Dix's 
column and answering the questions of Helen Walker and 
Susan Donald. 

Jane Westbrook has set an all-time record for never 
being on time — even the bridegroom had to wait. 

Clare Patton has at last gained the results of her charm- 
ing smile — she is "Miss Ipana." 

Pat Satterfield and Frances Allen are known around the 
world as Florence Davis' best nasal students. 

In the late Broadway production of the Faerie Queene, 
Mary Brooks Yarborough reached stardom as tin- Red Cross 
Knight. Ginger Walser appeared as Lust. 

Alice Lancaster and Ginia Richardson , inspired by their 
last year at St. Mary's, are now welcoming new girls as 
co-hostesses in St. Mary's parlor. 

Dianitia Hutcheson is bringing many children pleasure 
since she has become the second Road-Runner. 

Mott Butler has become an experienced golfer. 

Jean Faulkner and Ina Gee Ridley are co-editors of a 
new. informal magazine for frustrated St. Mary's girls — 
Bitty Bad Words. 

Fairfax Crow is now Mrs. Buzzic Buzzard and she's still 
panting. 

Nancy Adams, Peggy Smithdeal , Patsy Moore, and 
Bunny Gee desire one more trinket for their left hands. 
Guess those wedding bells are breaking up that old gang 
of mine. 



Superlatives 




Betty Hunt Proctor 
Wit 



Elizabeth Thompson 
Charm 





Debby Conner 
School Spirit 



Superlatives 




Ruth Watkins 

Style 



Fairfax Crow 

Popularity 





Martha Brooks 
Intellect 



Superlatives 




Mary Louise Bizzell 
Beauty 



Nancy Crow 
Personality 





Beth Kemper 

Versatility 



Superlatives 




Nancy Elliott-Smith 
Sportsmanship 



Virginia Walser 
Dependability 




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Junior Class Officers 





SYLVIA CRUMPLER 

Vice-President 



DIANA DeVERE 

President 



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CATHERINE COPP 

Secretary 



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PATRICIA HUSKE 



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Junior Class 







Patricia Anne Adams 

Willow Springs, N. C. 
Martha Gray Auleu 

TarborOj X. C. 
Virginia Lee Arbogast 

Asheville, X. C. 
Fdwina Clark Armstrong 

Raleigh. X. C. 







Frances Virginia Baskerville 

McKellllry. Va. 

Arlene Doi.lv Best 

Greenville, X. C. 
Emma Carol Biggers 

Charlotte, X. C. 
Nancy Margaret Black 

Rockingham. N. C. 







ELISE GfERARD BoXD 

Savannah. Ga. 
Elizabeth Bryan Bond 

Jacksonville. Fla. 
Ann Elizabeth Bonner 

High Point. X. C. 
Maui Barrington Bowen 

Gastonia, N. C. 



Marianna Handy Bramlitt 

Rabat, French Morocco 
Elizabeth Tucker Brinklly 

Plymouth, X. C. 
Ruth Fordham Brock 

Richlands, X. C. 
Virginia Joan Brooks 

Greensboro. X. ('. 



Anne Helen Byrd 

Willow Springs, X r . C. 
Carolyn Charles 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 
Louise Mann Cheatham 

Greenville, X. C. 
Catherine Ann Copp 

South Bend. I ml. 



Helen Earle Corbett 
Macclesfield, X. C. 

Mittie Irene Cbimpler 

Mebane, X. C. 
Sylvia McCoy Crumpler 

Mebane, X. C 
Joyce Broadhurst Curry 

Tbomasville, F'la. 













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]unior Class 



Polly Bass Daniel 

Wilson. N. C. 
Margaret Carolyn Davis 

Grifton, X. C. 
Catherine Allan Dent 

Jacksonville, Fla. 
Diana Arneson DeVere 

Morganton, X. C. 










Florence Spottswood Dodd 

Suffolk, Va. 
Jane Marsh Duke 

Washington, X. C. 
Jean Frances Dike 

Washington. X. C. 
Gail Elin Edwards 

Rutherfordton, X. C. 



Lucretia Anne Fennell 

Hickory. X. C. 
Alice Westbrook Fowler 

Statesville, X. C. 
Carol Griffith Freeman 

Richmond. Va. 
Kumiko (Ruth) Friil'DA 

Tokyo. Japan 














Penelope Ann Fuller 

Lumberton, X. C. 
Elizabeth Buxton Gregory 

Halifax, X. C. 
Camille Jennette Grice 

Raleigh. X. C. 
Wilma Harriette Hairr 

Wilson. X. C. 













Margaret Louise Hamilton 

Whitakers, X. C. 
Bente Marie Lerciie Hansen 

Melbv. Denmark 
Elizabeth Madison Hahghave 

Petersburg; Va. 
Dorothy Katharine Hahley 

Columbus. Ga. 



Peggy Anne Harrei.i. 

Wilmington. X. ('. 
Barbara Virginia Harwood 

Winston-Salem. X. C. 
Elizabeth Kimball Hatcher 

Raleigh. X. C. 
Mary Louise Hill 

Winston-Salem, X. C. 



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Junior Class 








Sara Legare Hobbs 

Gastonia, X. C. 
Anne Maxine Hollowell 

Tyner, N. C. 
Dorothy Joy Howell 

WaycrosSj Ga. 
Olivia Erickson Huske 

Cooleemec. \. C. 



Patricia I'ehuerton Huske 

Fayetteville, X. C. 
Jane Harrkll Ihhv 

Winston-Salem, X. C. 
Harriet Elizabeth James 

Marion. N. C. 
Elizabeth Coleman Jenkins 

Kinston, N. ('. 







Mary- Catherine Jones 

Charlotte, X. C. 
Allene Coats Keith 

Wilmington, X. C. 
Mary Ann Keith 

Wilmington, X. C. 
Lectora Jane Kessinger 

Janesville, Wis. 



Judith Ann Liggett 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 
Mary Lou Macon 

Ealeigh, X. C. 
Landrum Xorris Manning 

Raleigh, X. C. 
Marilyn Morton Mathews 

Asheville, X. C. 



Carolyn Madden Myers 

Raleigh, X. C. 
Sharon McAdams 

Albuquerque. X. M. 
Betty Love McCombs 

Shelby, X. C. 
Eleanor Williams McX'inch 

Charlotte, X. C. 










Lucy Anne McPherson 

Littleton. X. C. 
Augusta Ann McWilliams 

Aurora. X. C. 
Elinor Dark X'ewberne 

Raleigh, X. C. 
Sarah Jane Xicholson 

Raleigh, X. C. 







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Junior Class 



Mary Stuart Nye 
Mullins. S. C. 




Eva Jane Oakley 
Roxboro. N. C. 


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Louise Dearing Oliver 
Savannah. Ga. 


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Lynne Morel Palmer 
Raleigh, N. C. 


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Mamie Ruth Parks 
LaGrange, N. C. 




Julia Bates Peacock 
Fremont. X. C. 


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Frances Simmons Pearson 
Southern Pines. N. C. 


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Elizabeth Gregory Pegg 
Chapel Hill. X. C. 




Elizabeth Stuart Pegram 
Asheville. N. C. 


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Dorothy Ann Peirson 

Enfield. X. C. 
Anne Hunter Powell 

Pittsboro. X. C. 




Evelyn Barrett Bridgers Proctor 
Roanoke Rapids, X*. C. 


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Jennie Byrd Proctor 

Fuquay Springs, X. C. 
Margaret Rose Rainey 

Greenville, S. C. 
Margaret McIver Reese 

High Point. N. C. 
Katherine Ann Renfrew 

Raleisrh, X. C. 



Vera Pearl Renstrom 

Omaha. Xeb. 
Sharon Elaine Ridgeway 

Raleigh. X. C. 
Harrietts Ann Robinson 

Charlotte, X. C. 
Sarah Manning Ruark 

Raleigh. X. C. 



Mildred Roberta Pucker 
Oxford. X. C. 

Thorne Sparkman Satterlee 

Spartanburg. S. C. 
Cynthia Elizabeth Scoville 

Orangeburg. S. C. 
Ann Battle Smith 

Goldsboro. X. C. 



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Junior Class 







Mary Jennings Spainhour 

Lenoir, N. C. 
Anne Galloway Speir 

Morganton, N". C. 
Sue Harper Stanford 

Burlington. X. C. 
Barbara Scott Thomas 

Asheboro. X. C. 







Mary Reaves Tillery 

Mullins. S. C. 
Mary Suzanne Towe 

Hertford, X. C. 
Joanne Louise Tripp 

Raleigh. X. C. 
Nancy Anne Tuxnell 

Raleigh. X. C. 







Jane Crawford Walker 

Roanoke. Va. 
Phyllis Brenoa Wall 

Raleigh, X. C. 
Josephine Reiu Ward 

Greensboro, X. C. 
Jane Rhea White 

Roanoke Rapids. X. C. 



Kay Wiliielm 

Charlotte. X. C. 
Julia Steele Willcox 

Florence. S. C. 
Phyllis Kelly Williams 

Alexandria. Va. 
Sarah P'rances Williams 

Goldsboro. X. C. 
Marilyn Frances Zschau 

Raleigh X. C. 











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Business Class Officers 



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NANCY WHITE 

President 








GLEN DA S. MIT 1 1 
Vice-President 



PATRICIA DRAPER 
Secretary-Treasurer 



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Commercial Class 1955-1956 






Ann McCarrell Raggett. Alexandria, Va. 

Irma Blanche Bass, Raleigh, N. C. 

Jane Elizabeth Brmvn. Virginia Beach, Va. 






Lydia Sue Burch, Martinsville, Va. 
.Molly Lysbeth Current, Gastonia, N. C. 
Patricia Ann Draper, Martinsville, Va. 






Sophie Ann Faison, Raleigh. N. C. 

Jean Fogleman, Raleigh, N. C. 

Serena Alta Hendrix, Reidsville, X. C. 



Katherine Louise Lesley. Petersburg, Va. 

Nancy Jane Mallon, Roslyn, Long Island, N. Y. 

Susan Parma Matthis, Clinton. N. C. 









Margery Ferguson Shuford, Hickory, X. C. 
Glenda Verlette Smith, Raleigh. X. C. 
Nancy Preston White, Norfolk, Va. 





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Sophomore Class Officers 








JESSIE ALLEN 

President 




HELEN LONDON 
Vice-President 




MILLIE FAB.Y 
Secretary 



SARA BARBEB 

Treasurer 



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Sophomore Class 










Jessie Fremont Alii n 

Greensboro, N. C. 
Beverly Fare Andrews 

Hickory, N. C. 
Betty Stamps Bacon 

Raleigh, X. C. 
Sara Ann Barber 

Wilkesboro. X. C. 



Florence Nelson Blount 

Greenville, X. C. 
Nancy Bondurant 

Greensboro, X. C. 
.lane Linda Brady 

Charlotte. X. C. 
M.ujorie Oneida Brinn 

Hertford. X. C. 







Barbara Gretclien Buening 

Charlotte, X. C. 
C aroline Collier Cobb 

Goldsboro, X. C. 
Sylvia Vander Veer Colmo 

Manila. Philippines 
Patricia Gray Coulter 

Jacksonville. Fla. 



Elizabeth Burke Covington 

Raleigh. X. C. 
Billie Faye Edmondson 

Asheboro, X. C. 
Mary Love Elliott 

Goldsboro. X. C. 
Millie Frances Fary 

Manila. Philippines 







Margaret Roseborough Finlay 

Columbia, S. C. 
Celeste Alice Fountain 

Tarboro. X. C. 
Elizabeth Ann Greene 

Raleigh. X. C. 
Sandra Minnette Handvcrker 

Raleigh, X. C. 



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Mary Ann Simmons Heath 

Raleigh, X. C. 
Mary Douglas Henderson 

Tallahassee, Fla. 
Theodora Gause Hill 

Columbia. S. C. 
Judith Ann Keller 

Raleigh, X. C. 







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Sophomore Class 



Sherrill Caroline Lackey 

Hopkinsville, Ky. 
Helen Renfrew London 

Pittsboro. N. C. 
Sybil Neat Mathis 

St. Augustine. Fla. 
Sarah Marie Mercer 

Gastonia. X. C. 







Virginia Lee McPherson 

Littleton. X. C. 
Rebecca Clyde Patman 

Siler City. X. C. 
Melissa Anne Peden 

Raleigh. X. C. 
Sarah McNeill Rembert 

Columbia, S. C. 



Cordelia Richards Robinson 

Littleton. X. C. 
Julia Anne Scott 

Signal Mountain. Tenn. 
Nancy Settle 

Raleigh, X. C. 
Xancy Jean Sullivan 

Columbus. Georgia 





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Lynda Lee Sykes 
'Wendell. X. C. 
Sally Cecilia Taylor 

Union. S. C. 
Katrina Crapon Tiedeman 

Silver Spring. Md. 
Terry Robertson Tripp 

Greenville, X'. C. 



Martha Woods Twittv 

Marion. X. C. 
Sarah Reed Underbill 

Raleigh. X. C. 
Marion Caldwell Yerner 

Brevard. X. C. 
Jenny Lee White-hurst 

Bethel. X. C. 



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Freshman Class Officers 





LOUISE COBB 

President 




JEANNETTE CROSS 
Vice-President 




MEREDITH LUMPKIN 

Secretary 



EMMIE SPENCER 

Treasurer 



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Freshman Class 







Nan Grey Bailey, Wendell, N. C; 
Dana Borden. Goldsboro, N. C. ; Sus- 
anne Lunsford Burton, Roanoke. Va.; 
Mary Schuyler Campbell, Gaffney. 
S. C; Louise Settle Cobb, Micbaux, 
Va. 










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Lilian Gail Coboon, Columbia, N. C. ; 
Jane MoMaster Copeland, Kinston, 
N.C.; Jeannette Gilkey Cross. Marion, 
X. C; Bettie Moon Denison. Roanoke. 
Va. ; Margaret Courtney Dick, Char- 
lotte, N. C. 



Elizabeth Mebane Dowd, Charlotte, 
N. C; Jeanne Slocomb Dunn, Yon- 
kers, N. V.; Elizabeth Constance 
Fisher, Whitakers, X. C; Martha 
David Goode, Martinsville. Va.; Mar- 
tini Florelle Gwaltnev, Smithfield, Va. 








Helen Badham House, Chapel Hill. 
N. C; Elizabeth Rist Howard, Tar- 
boro, X. C.j Lucy Adamson Klatte, 
Tryon, X. C. ; Elizabeth Carter Lip- 
ford, Raleigh. N. C; Lynne Meredith 
Lumpkin, Charlotte, X. C. 



Ann Lynch, Raleigh, X. C. ; Anne 
Munro Mcintosh, Marion, X. C. ; Syl- 
via Julienne Olson, Cleveland Heights, 
Ohio; Octavia Scales Phillips, Rock- 
ingham \. C. ; 







Marion Owen Sims. Richland, Ga.; 
Harriet Smitbdeal. High Point. X. C. ; 
Emmie Anne Spencer, Rockv Mount, 
X. C; Anna Dabl Thompson, Talla- 
hassee. Fla. 







Judith Frost Townend. Charlotte. 
X. C. ; Virginia Masters Tyson High 
Point. X. C.; Wisdom Lambeth Wal- 
ker, Summit, X T . J.; Dcuorah Wall, 
Rocky Mount, X. C. 



Carol Anne Welborn. High Point. 
X. C. ; Joan Lee Williams. Wendell. 
X. C. ; Anne Lewis Yeamans. Fuquay 
Springs X. C; Dorothe Roberts Yea- 
mans. Fuquay Springs, X. C. 









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St. Mary's Junior College Library 



Special Students 



Margaret Vzzle Bowen 
Grace Suzanne Cox 
Jacqueline Alice Culler 
Mary Alice Graham 
Emmalee Ward Harris 
Clarence Mack llocutt, Ji 
Blanche Marie Keith 
Hetty Ruth Martin 
Betsy Faye Pierce 
Lavinia Mae Rothrock 
Sue Carol Sandlin 
Alice June Williams 
Carol Ann Williams 
Alice Wilson 



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Beth Kemper 
President of Student Government 




Nancy Elliott-Smith 

Vice-President of Student 

Government 



Ginger Walser 
Secretary of Student Government 






Marianna Miller 
Chairman of Hall Council 



Mott Hitler 
Secretary of Hall Council 



Kathryx Webb 

President of Day Students 



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Council 




First row, left to right: Coleman Jenkins, Sally Underbill, Sherry Lackey. Second 
row, left to right: Virginia Dawson. Barry Bowen. Third row, left to right: Nancy 
Elliott-Smith. Beth Kemper. 



Legislative Body 



First row, left to right: Virginia Richardson, Caroline Cobb. Second row, left to 
right: Kathrvn Webb, Louise Cobb. Tora Kessinger. Fairfax Crow. Sylvia Olson. 
Third row, left to right: Beth Kemper. Jessie Allen. DeeDee DeVere, Jane Walker. 
Nancy EUiott-Smith. Marianna Miller. Nancy White. 




Hall Council 




Seated, left to right: Ann Ruffin, Carol Oates, Nancy Elliott-Smith, Debby Conner, Nancy Carpenter, Matt Butler. 
Secretary; Marianna Miller. Chairman. Second row, left to rii/lit: Coles Catlicart. Betsy Wright. Becky Hinkle, Ann 
Dorris, Ann Elliott, Carolyn Fov. Ruth Watkins. Hack, left to ri</lit: Virginia Richardson. Nancy Crow. 




VICE-COUNSELORS: Beth Kemper, Bunny Gee, Margaret Brunson, [na Gee Ridley, Louise Howell. Lemma Bau- 
com, Sumner Parharo. Second row, left to right: Smiley Hubard, Francis Allen. Fairfax Crow. Ginny Dawson. Jane 
Westbrook, Mary Ann Hofler, Alice Clarke, Martha Brooks. Back, left to right: Jean Faulkner, Betty Hunt Proctor. 



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Belies Staff 



Left to right: Barbara Doar, Co-Editor; Virginia Walser, Assistant Editor; A n 1 1 
Dorris, Co-Editor. 




Cohoon. Mart.ia Wnlifcrd, Helen Mason, Susan Patman, .loan Schiltz. 
ight. Rutli Watkins, .Sue Stephens, Josie Ward, Coleman Jenkins. Second 



Seated, left to right: Emily Somers, <i 
Peggy Smithdeal, Patricia Sullivan. Betsy \V: 
rote, left to right: Betty Mixon. Alice Clarke. Joan Culbretli. Susan Donald, Giiiny Dawson. Barbara Buening, Pearla 
Ann Revelle, Glenn Norman. Margaret Sherrod, Nancy Graham, Flora Mclver, Frances Allen, Mary Spainhour, Nel- 
son Blount, Martha Brooks. Caroline Cobb, Bunny dee. Ann Elliott, Sara Williams. Ma rianna Bramlitt. Third row, 
left to right: Penny Fuller, Beverly Andrews, Peggy Harrell. Patricia Huske. Clare Patton, Jane Rhea White, DeDe 
DeVere, Becky Hinkle. Marianna Miller. Jane Westbrook. Mary Brooks Yarborough. Nancy Carpenter. Dolly Ricks. 
Tonya Gamble, Kathryn Webb. Sally Underbill. Joan Brooks. Sherry Lackey. Jane Walker, Dickie Robinson, Patsy 
Miller. Doug Henderson. Martha Twitty, Patsy Moore. Nancy Anne Tunnell, Peggy Carter. 



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Editorial Staff 



Stage 




Left to right: Nancy Crow. Assistant 
Editor. Smiley Hubard, Editor. 




First rote, left to right: Harriet James, Susan Patman, Barbara Dear, Ann Dorris. Barbara Bueninrr, Margaret Slierrod, 
Flora Mclver. Second row: Mary Ann Keith. Joan Culbreth, Ginny Dawson, .loan Schiltz, Jessie Allen. Doug 
Henderson. Dianitia Hutcheson, Ann Elliott, Betsy Wright, Alice Clarke. Carolyn Cobb, Martha Twitty. Camille 
Griee, Nancy Graham, Nelson Blount, Mollie Spruill. Third row: Tonya Gamble, Joy Howell. Dolly Kicks. Pearla 
Revelle, Susan Donald. Martha Williford, Nancy Elliott-Smith, Ann Morton. Coles Cathcart, Katy Copp, Peggy 
Smithdeal, Sue Jett, Elizabeth Thompson. Mary Brooks Yarborough, Kathcrine Brown. Marianna Miller. Fourth row: 
Frances Pearson. Jane Rhea White. Diana DeVere, Martha Brooks, Kathryn Webb, Glenn Norman, Helen Mason Mary 
Parke Jones. Flo Dodd. Barrett Proctor. Cynthia Scoville. 



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Coach 



Business Staff 



Ellen Johnson 
Editor 




First row, left tti rii/ht : Jane Copeland, Jeannette Cross. Nancy Settle. Mary Spainhour, Betty Howard. Jane Walker. 
Second ruzc : Harriet Smitluleal, Emmie Spencer, Betty Bason, Sally Underbill, Betsy Lipford. Kathryn Webb, Jane 
Westbrook. 



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Bulletin Staff 




Left to right: Martha Brocks. Editor; Patsy Mil 
er, Assistant Editor. 



The Bulletin is the 
school literary magazine. 
Its purpose is to provide 
incentive for students in- 
terested in creative writ- 
ing and to give them an 
opportunity to publish 
their efforts. 



First row, left to right: Barbara Buening, Caroline Cobb. Barbara Doar. Ann 
Dorris, Gail Edwards. Second row, left in right: Mary Brooks Yai'borough, Frances 
Pearson. Valentine McMillan. Susan Donald. Joan Culbrrtli. Joan Scliiltz, Sylvia 
Orumpler. Peggy Smithdeal. 



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President 



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First rozc, left to right: Nancy White, Ginia Richardson. Beth Kemper. Catherine Dent. Jane Westbrook. Second row, 
left to right: Nancy Elliott-Smith. Susan Patman, Carolyn Wise. Sylvia Olson. Bente Hansen. Ina Gee Ridley. Flora 
Mclver. Third row, left to right: Debby Conner, Mary Brooks Yarborough. Julia Willcox, Ann Elliott. Betsy Brink- 
ley. Fourth row, left to right: DeDe DeVere. Carolyn Foy, Crucifer; Mott Butler, Crucifer 



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Left to right: .lane Walker, President; Katy Copp. Vice-President; Debby Conner, 
Secretary-Treasurer. 



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Seated, left in right: Valentine McMillan, Clare Patton, Catherine Dent. Ann Elliott. Standing: Octavia Phillips, 
Helen London, Cynthia Scoville, Ainu- Powell, Sarah Williams. Anne Mcintosh, Elizabeth Howard, Tora Kessinger. 
Second row: Hetty Denison, Margaret Hamilton, Martha Twitty Coleman Jenkins, Wihna Hairr, Ellen Johnson, 
Alice Lancaster, Nelson Blount, Julia Willcox. 



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Granddaughters' Club 




Seated, left to right: Westbrook Fowler. Marilyn Mathews. Frances Pearson. Helen London. Standing, left to right: 
Alice Lancaster. Frances Allen. Mary Proctor. Coleman Jenkins President; Ann Dorris, Terry Tripp, Octavia Phil- 
lips. Third row, left to right: Betsy Brinkley. Peggy Carter. Thome Satterlee, Anne Spcir. Ann Bachman, Eric 
Huske. Jeanette Cross. Fourth row, left to right: Betsy Wright. Nancy Crow. Coles Catheart Bates Peacock. Betsy 
Pegg, Joyce Curry. Betty Howard. Ann Smith, Anne Powell. 



Doctor s Daughters 1 Club 




Seated, left to right: Nancy Adams. Mary Louise Bizzeh. President; Margaret Brunson. Standing, left to right: 
Louisa Miles. Debby Wall. CeCe Childrey. Suzanne Burton. Ann Mcintosh. Anna Murphrey. Billie Edmondson, Jane 
Duke, Susan Patman. Marion Sims, Jean Duke. 

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Dramatics Club 




Left to right: Peggy Smithdeal, Publicity Chairman; Gail Edwards. 
Vice-President; Mary Brooks, Yarborough, President; Miss Flor- 
ence Davis, Director and Advisor. 





Dance 
Marshals 



First row, left to right: Octavia Phillips, Betsy Wright, Chief. Second rote, left to right: Susan Patman, Ina Gee 
Ridley. Dickie Robinson, Nancy Mallon. Third row, left to right: Mary Ann Keith, Allene Keith. Fourth row, left to 
right: Mittie Crumpler, Josie Ward. Fifth row, left to right: Julia Willcox, Kim Hatcher. 



Glee Club 




First row, left to right: Becky Hinkle. Mary Stuart Nye. Barry Bourn. Ina Gee Ridley. Louise Howell, Penny Ful- 
ler. Sylvia Olson. Second row: Barbara Thomas, Betsy Hargrave, Marilyn Zscliau, Barrett Proctor, Florelle Gwaltney, 
Ann Yeamans. Dottie Yeamans, Jennie Proctor. Third row: Dana Borden, Mary Tillery. Lee Arbogast. Eva Oakley. 
Eric Huske. Betty Bond. Katv Copp, Anna Thompson, Jean Dunn. Fourth row: Ann Fennell, Nancy Tunnel], Ann 
Speir. Betsy Brinkley. Alice Lancaster. Octavia Phillips. Fifth row: Ceee Childrev. Julia Willcox. Louise Cobb. 
Meredith Lumpkin, Marv Spainhour. Mary Catherine Jones, Jane Copeland, Judy Townend. 



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Y. R. C. 




Left to right: Katy Copp, Secretary; Patricia Huske. Vice-President; Dee Dee DeVere, President; Nancy Crow. 
Treasurer. 



Y. D. C. 




Left tn right: Pat Sullivan, President; Ginia Richardson, Vice-President; Giiuiy Dawson. Secretary. Not pictured: 
Betty Hunt Proctor. Treasurer. 



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Betsy Wright 
President 

Lemma Baucom 

Anne Bonner 

Martha Brooks 

Carolyn Charles 

Alice Clarke 

Nancy Crow 

Sylvia Crimpler 

Susan Donald 

Ann Dorr is 

Penny Fuller 

Nancy - Graham 

Elizaheth Gregory 

Margaret Louise Hamilton 



Ellen Johnson 
Beth Kemper 
Marianna Miller 
Patsy Miller 
Patsy Moore 
Carolyn Myers 
Dottie Peirson 
Margaret Rainey 
Sally Ruark 
Patti Stringfellow 
Katiiv Theobald 
Joanne Tripp 
Virginia Walser 
Katiiryn Webb 



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The Circle 




"As the Circle symbolizes unity, so the purpose of this organization shall be to promote a spirit of 
co-operation among the students by the cultivation of high ideals of service, fellowship, citizenship, and 
scholarship and to assist new students in finding their place in school life and activities." 



Lemma Baucom 
Bets}' Brinkley 
Martha Brooks 
Coles Cathcart 
Fairfax Crow 
Xancv Crow 



Martha Ann Butler 
President 



Barry Bowen 
Secretary 



Debbv Conner 
Treasurer 



Dee Dee DeVere 
Barbara Doar 
Ann Dorris 
Ann Elliott 
Nancy Elliott-Smith 



Beth Kemper 
Mariaima Miller 
Kathv Theobald 
.Fane Walker 
Ginger Walser 



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The Beacon 



Sherry Lackey 
President 

Jessie Allen 





Caroline Cobb 
Doug Henderson 





Becky Patman 
Sally Underhill 



Louise Cobb 



Beverly Andrews 



Dickie Robinson 



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Letter Club 




First row, left to right: Marianna Miller, Beth Kemper. Diana DeYere. Mott Butler. Debby Conner. Glenn Norman. 
Ginia Richardson, Jane Westbrook, Carol Oates. Second row: Frances Pearson, Ann Elliott, Ann Morton. In.i Gee 
Ridley. Sally Underbill, Ellen Clarkson, Nancy Elliott-Smith. 



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Officers: Ann Morton, President; 
Glenn Norman, Vice-President. 




Front: Mary Louise Bizzell. Kneeling, left in right: Louise Howell. Susan Batman. Ina Gee Ridley. Josie Ward, Ann 
Kuffhi. Allelic Keith, Margaret Brunson. Standing: Pat Sullivan, Carolyn Charles. Lou Lesley. Betsy Hargrave, 
Carolyn Foy, Suzanne Burton. 



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Officers: Ginia Richardson, Vice- 
President; Jean Faulkner, Pres- 
ident. 





Front: Ann Elliott. Kneeling, left to right: Lou Cheatham, Millie Farv, Suzanne Towe. Sue Stevens, Sissie MeNinch. 
Martha Williford. Standing : Joy Howell, Nan Bailey, Ruth Watkins, Jean Faulkner. 



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Qrchesis 



Martha Willikord 
President 

Mary Proctor 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Catherine Copp 
Lemma Baucom 
Barry Bowen 
Joan Brooks 
Catherine Brown 
Suzanne Burton 
Coles Cathcart 
Lou Cheatham 
Alice Clarke 
Helen Corbett 
Fairfax Crow 
Nancy Crow 
Mittie Crumpler 
Sylvia Crumpler 
Catherine Dent 
Flo Dodd 
Millie Fary 
Margaret Finlav 
Gail Edwards 
Florelle Gwaltney 
Bente Hansen 
Kathleen Hartsock 
Serena Hendrix 
Learare Ilohhs 




Joy Howell 

Betty Ivey 

Mary Parke Jones 

Allene Keith 

Mary Ann Keith 

Sybil Matliis 

Nancy Mallon 

Helen Mason 

Sarah Mercer 

Flora Mclver 

Susan Patman 

Barrett Proctor 

Jennie Proctor 

Sharon Ridgeway 

Anne Robinson 

Cynthia Scoville 

Marjorie Shuford 

Margaret Sherrod 

Anne Speir 

Mollie Spruill 

Elizabeth Thompson 

Ruth Watkins 

Josie Ward 

Kathryn Webb 

Jenny Whitehurst 

Julia WiUcox 

Betsy Wright 

Mary Brooks Yarborough 



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Archery 




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Mott Butler 





Nancy Crow 



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Qirls 



Debby Conner 



Nancy Elliott-Smith 




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Outstanding 



Marianna Millei 





Coles Cathcart 



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Qirls 




Beth Kemper 



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Marshals 




Left to right: Elizabeth Thompson. Coles Catheart, Sumner Parhain. Mary Louise Bizzell, Nancy Crow, Ruth Watkit 
Chief Marshal. 



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May Queen 








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Mary Louise Bizzell 



May Court 



Josie Ward 
Elizabeth Thompson 



Kathleen Haktsock 
Flora McIver 



Coleman Jenkins, Maid of Honor 




Nancy Crow 
Octavta Philips 




From left to right: Coles Catiicaut, Betsy Wright, I'lohelle Ghalt.vey, Mittie Crumpler, Ruth Watkins, Dickie Robinson. 



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